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Esquire: The Magazine for Men (December 1959)

By: (Hayes, Harold, ed.) [contributions by William Faulkner, Arthur Miller, Carson McCullers, Dorothy Parker, and others]

Price: $30.00

Publisher: Chicago, Esquire, Inc.: 1959

Edition: (Vol. LII, No. 6; whole no. 313)

Seller ID: 22663

ISBN: NO

Condition: Very Good


[rubbing to covers, small tear in right edge of front cover, another small tear and just a bit of paper loss at bottom of rear cover adjacent to spine]. (B&W/color photographs, ads, etc.) An exceptionally rich issue of this generally exceptional magazine. For starters, there are six pieces of fiction in English ("Mink Snopes" by William Faulkner; "End of a Relationship" by Alberto Moravia; "I Don't Need You Any More" by Arthur Miller; "Wake Before Bomb" by Wright Morris; "The Man Who Looked Like Jesus" by Howard Fast; "Actress with Red Garters"... View more info

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The Misfits

By: Miller, Arthur

Price: $20.00

Publisher: New York, The Viking Press: 1961

Edition: Fireside BCE

Seller ID: 19884

ISBN: NO

Condition: Near Fine in Very Good dj


[bumping to base of spine, otherwise a tight clean copy with no significant wear; jacket browned at edges and spine, as typical with the book club issue of this title, but otherwise quite nice with only slight wear]. (4 B&W film stills) Novelization (kinda) by Miller of his own screenplay, which itself had "evolved" from his short story of the same name (also included in this volume), first published in Esquire in 1957. The jacket copy dubs it a "cinema-novel," and in his "author's note," Miller describes it as being "in an unfamiliar form, neither novel, play or s... View more info

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The Misfits

By: Miller, Arthur

Price: $30.00

Publisher: New York, The Viking Press: 1961

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 24679

Condition: Very Good in Very Good dj


[no significant wear to book, but some foxing/spotting to cloth covers; jacket lightly soiled, a couple of small tears and associated creasing at top edge of rear panel, a bit of insect-nibbling to bottom edge of rear flap]. Novelization (kinda) by Miller of his own screenplay, which itself had "evolved" from his short story of the same name, first published in Esquire in 1957. The jacket copy dubs it a "cinema-novel," and in his "author's note," Miller describes it as being "in an unfamiliar form, neither novel, play or screenplay," and states that his goal h... View more info